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Img.10 View of the exhibition “Artefacts” at Melbourne Design Week, 2018

Img.10 View of the exhibition “Artefacts” at Melbourne Design Week, 2018

Torqued wings made of steel and glass feature in this Bahá’í temple in Chile by Hariri Pontarini

Bahá’í temple by Hariri Pontarini - "A remarkable unique pieces of both flat and curved cast-glass pieces were produced and assembled with meticulous care to create each of the nine wings,"

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Hans Coper

Hans Coper

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Roy De Forest, Country Dog Gentlemen (detail), 1972; polymer on canvas; 66 3/4 x 97 in. Image: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. https://www.sfmoma.org/artwork/73.32.

Roy De Forest, Country Dog Gentlemen (detail), 1972; polymer on canvas; 66 3/4 x 97 in. Image: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. https://www.sfmoma.org/artwork/73.32.

These simple and clean handthrown ceramic dipped pitchers would look gorgeous in a kitchen with open shelving. Their soft, blue/white matte glaze is so minimal, but still eye catching. There's just something about handmade pottery.

Australian ceramic artists - Dot & Co                                                                                                                                                                                 More

These mini ceramic pitchers and creamers by Dot & Co can freshen up a stoneware collection and bring some fresh character to the table. The little cups could be used to pour cream, use as cups, or possibly as a little mug.